CRIEFF Round Table is compiling a definitive guide to organising the ultimate stag do and is looking for examples of good and bad practice, from people in the Strath.
The stag do is often considered the ‘last stand’ for the groom-to-be, so for the best man, the one typically tasked to arrange this rite of passage, it’s understandable that along with a sense of pride, comes a degree of trepidation at having to deliver a stag do that lives up to expectations.
Following the success of last year’s guide to the perfect best man’s speech, Round Table is looking to continue its support of men up and down the country with their best man duties.
Stephen Saunders, 29, from Round Table, said: “Our best man’s speech guide proved to be a huge success and now we want people in Strathearn to send us their favourite stag do stories, advice and pictures. We’re hoping to receive some great examples of where to go, what to do and perhaps, what not to do.
“Our aim is to use the responses we receive from people in the Crieff area and those from Round Table’s network of more than 500 clubs, to produce a simple, but authoritative guide to delivering the ultimate stag do, created by those who know best – the men who’ve been there and done it!”
People who think they have tips, examples, photographs or footage that should (or should not) be shared, or will help the Crieff Round Table create its guide should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Round Table provides a network of advice and camaraderie for men aged 18-45. The organisation offers a wide range of social and sporting activities in the local community, as well as personal development skills including event organisation, public speaking, and of course knowing how to have fun. To find out more about Crieff Round Table, visit www.roundtable.co.uk/findoutmore